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Professor: the Parliament can put indirect pressure on May

The uk parliament can Wednesday put an indirect pressure on the prime minister, Theresa May, when parliament's House of commons without the government on Wedne

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Professor: the Parliament can put indirect pressure on May

The uk parliament can Wednesday put an indirect pressure on the prime minister, Theresa May, when parliament's House of commons without the government on Wednesday implements several polls about the brexit.

But it is doubtful whether May will listen to parliament, even if it were to reach an agreement at the indicative polls. For it she does not.

Such is the assessment from Henrik Larsen, a professor at the Department of Political science at the University of Copenhagen where he, among other researcher in the brexit.

- the Votes can show that there is a majority for a different type of agreement with the EU, than the May have negotiated with the european countries. But she immediately said that she didn't necessarily want to listen.

- Theresa May bet is still to get its policy through, regardless of what parliament might say today, " says Henrik Larsen.

Policy - 25. mar. 2019 - at. 23:30 May lose control

It is unprecedented that the house of Commons without the government holding of the polls. And according to Henrik Larsen is also talk about a 'very unusual parliamentary situation'.

The unusual consists in the fact that the government has not been overthrown, but at the same time, can't get its policy through in a very important point - brexit.

the Debate starts at 16 utc, and the vote is expected to be finalised before the bell 22 Danish time.

Legislators will vote on their favorite brexitløsning. The answer is yes on several proposals for a soft brexit, yes to a new referendum or yes to completely cancel the british EU goodbye.

on Thursday the parliament for the third time vote on the Mays plan to leave the EU.

According to Henrik Larsen: it is difficult to say whether the votes on Wednesday will actually advance anything. But he has a good eye for one of the proposals.

The proposal, which will change anything, is it, which is that Britain should be in its own form of customs union with the EU. The proposal will resolve a number of things and could well have a chance, he says.

Henrik Larsen estimates that the proposal could potentially resolve the cam on a border between the republic of Ireland which is an EU country, and northern Ireland, which will come out of the EU as a part of the united kingdom.

Here are the proposals that will be voted on

* An international trade agreement, which allows that the Uk can remain in a customs union with the EU.

* a brexitaftale, as a minimum, to laws, that there can be negotiated a permanent customs union, which will include the whole of the Uk.

* the Recall of the Lisbon treaty, article 50 on withdrawal from the EU.

* A referendum, which will confirm an agreement on brexit, before it is ratified in parliament.

* To remain in a part of The European Economic area (EEA) and apply for a again that was a part of the european free trade area EFTA consists of Norway, Switzerland, Iceland and Lichtenstein).

* the Common market 2.0, which is an extension of the agreement, to which Norway has with the EU. It includes participation in the EU's internal market and the customs agreement with the union.

* the Opposition party Labour's plan for close economic cooperation with the european UNION, including a customs union and is closely related to the internal market.

* Malthouse kompromisplan A, which is close to Mays brexitaftale with the EU. It will remove the so-called irish backstop to prevent a hard border between Ireland and northern Ireland. It must be replaced with a technical solution, so there is no border control. The proposal must bring together the supporters and opponents of the EU in The Conservative Party.

* To leave the EU without an agreement.

* To impose on the british government to ensure the scottish and welsh parliamentary acceptance before the brexit can become a reality.

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